Medal Hotel

8A/6D2 Thai Van Lung Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Mui Ne, Dalat and Saigon: Final Leg

A travel blog entry by cgray

... a great time. On the largest waterfall my foot slipped due to the large amount of water pouring onto my face and I flipped upside down. I wad able to get myself back without losing the rope and actually found it thrilling and fun. I had meant to catch the bus to Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) the next morning, but it was full and so I booked the bus that night and bought some over-the-counter valium. The bus was nearly empty and so I was able to take ...

Cu chi tunnels

A travel blog entry by kayleyskipworth

Didn't sleep great last night every time I closed my eyes all I could think of was my grandad which made me really sad. I hope everything at home is going well. We had to wake up at 6.45 this morning due to leaving for the tunnels at 8. We went down for breakfast which was really nice but also weird. There was bacon, sausage and omelette but also noodles and fried rice. Oh course I had fried rice, banana and ham which was really nice actually and filled my ...

Vietnam: Past, Present, and Future

A travel blog entry by rangjill

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... tires or squealing pigs on the back of their bike. We passed countless rice paddies and many homes in poor condition. Failing to understand the drivers' instructions in Vietnamese and trying to explain where we needed to be dropped off to catch the ferry, we fell under the wing of all the locals in the van. Thanking our Vietnamese 'moms' for helping us, we arrived at the ferry and were met by moto taxi's to drive us to our homestay in the Mekong delta. We helped prepare dinner with ...

Ho Chi Minh City

A travel blog entry by natandross

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... per dish.

There were also areas of pavement in front of houses where floor mats had been positioned allowing people to sit down on the floor and pay for the local beer, again being served by the enterprising locals. It was quite a business they had established as the pavements were flooded with backpackers (due to the cheap beer on offer), they must have made quite a profit - in our opinion these were much better places to have a evening drink as they had a great ...

Another day of pampering

A travel blog entry by enos

... I am teaching her a bit of English and she is teaching me pronunciation.
Today I embarrassed myself with my stick beak mentality. I was sitting at Allez Boo and watching a deal go down with cigarette lady and a young tourist, and after the cig lady went off to do something around the corner a young Vietnamese girl came up and was waiting to buy something or other and when the lady didn't come back she took what ...

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Location

This hotel, located on 8A/6D2 Thai Van Lung Street, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, La Maison de L'Apothiquaire, and Hotel de Ville.
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